Halloween

How to have a sustainable Halloween

From costumes to candy to carving pumpkins, Halloween festivities can be full of single-use products that aren't so sustainable.Continue...

Asking for a Friend: Avoiding a Halloween party and navigating couple costumes

I’m Audrey Helpburn, The Journal’s resident advice-giver. I answer questions about love, friendship, school, and more to help Queen’s students put their best foot forward on and around campus.Continue...

Queen’s students share their personal ghost stories

In 2017, five of my friends and I moved into our new house to find we weren’t the only ones living there.Continue...

Reviewing childhood Halloween movies as an adult

Thanks to terrifying costumes and an increased presence of spirits, Halloween is known as the scariest time of the year. However, there’s nothing spookier than realizing you’ve outgrown your favourite holiday.Continue...

Why Halloween is the best holiday

There are endless reasons why Halloween is objectively the most iconic holiday to celebrate.Continue...

Guide to 2018 Halloween events in Kingston

Whether you’re looking to spend your Halloweekend getting your pants scared off or taking it easy, there’s something for everyone in Kingston.Continue...

Three Halloween costumes that prove you know 2018 pop culture

One of the most underrated benefits of Halloween is the opportunity to show off your proficiency in pop culture. Luckily, this year provided a treasure trove of ridiculous celebrity moments to turn into jaw-dropping costumes.Continue...

A film geek’s guide to Canadian horror movies

What do you get when you cross exploding heads, teen wolves and vigilantism? The glory of Canadian horror movies.Continue...

‘Appreciation not appropriation’ campaign launches

With students starting to plan their Halloween costumes, two groups on campus have begun a conversation surrounding cultural appropriation.Continue...

Halloween spirit on campus and around Kingston

The end of October is scary for several reasons.Continue...

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